Philippines: Retail Foods

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Post sees the food and beverage retail sector growing six percent more slowly than last year. Retail sales continue accelerating as chains open new outlets while enhancing their imports sections. As the seventh-largest market for U.S. consumer-oriented exports, the Philippine retail sector provides strong opportunities for dairy drinks, cheeses, meat products, fruits, vegetables, dog and cat food, baking mixes, pastries, pretzels, jams, jellies, honey, maple syrup, potato chips, chocolates, sugar confectionery, soups, nuts, tomato sauces, ketchup, juices, and wine.

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